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    1968 Camaro UMTR



    We are pround to race with The UMTR 1968 camaro chromolly chassie with a 292 c.u i.n Small Block Chevy G-Force 5 speed ford 9" rear best time was 9.44 more to go leaving the line at 9400 shifting at 9800

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    Member MASTER JOURNEYMAN
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    Nice!!

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    1968 camaro UMTR viedo

    Joe

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    Very nice, and impressive numbers for such small displacment motor.
    sounds awesome. Ya'll definetly did your homework on that motor.
    Tell us more about the motor's specs.
    Cp
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    Quote Originally Posted by cepx111
    Very nice, and impressive numbers for such small displacment motor.
    sounds awesome. Ya'll definetly did your homework on that motor.
    Tell us more about the motor's specs.
    Cp
    Yes,yes, Tell us more! Dentist drill on steroids!
    No matter where you go, there you are.
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    Re: 1968 camaro UMTR viedo

    Quote Originally Posted by SharpMotorsports
    http://s284.photobucket.com/albums/ll17/SharpMotorsports/?action=view&current=cmaro1video.flv

    Viedo from moroso 8)
    Gotta love that Just listen to him shifting. That is what it's about.
    Kinda partial though :lol:

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    1968 camaro

    steel block steel heads tunnel ram basic stuff all im saying is that we have done our homework and have an awsome enigne builder!!! 8) 8)

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    Man...if that ain't cool I don't know what is.Congrats!!!Ya'll have built a very nice car
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    OUCH Talk about BUZZING! I would love to just HEAR that thing run! I would sound SWEET!
    Back in the 80's I saw in a magazine,I think it was a 55 Chevy 283 running 11 something and I thought that was cool. But I guess with todays technology 9's are possible.
    I would guess a very good bottom end? I would love to see every detail of the engine just for my own knowlege but I understand Racers secrets :wink:
    Anyway....you got my vote 8)
    If a 5 lb hammer can't fix it,it must be electrical
    Keep the shiney side up! 8)
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